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- n. A card used to aid rote memorization. One side of the card contains data of one kind, or a question, and the other side contains the associated response which one wants to memorize. For example, one side could contain an English word, and the other side the Spanish translation.
- n. a solid state digital memory storage format, commonly found on computers, digital cameras and cellphones
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- n. a card with words or numbers or pictures that is flashed to a class by the teacher
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You, as the game leader, pick a strange english word- the teams then label their flashcard, and submit a 'meaning'.
She is looking for some kind of flashcard system that she can implement on her own homepage so as to get attention for her (at the moment joomla based) homepage as well as helping students study the language.
She is looking for some kind of flashcard system that she can implement on her own homepage so as to get attention for her at the moment joomla based homepage as well as helping students study the language.
In "flashcard" mode, you get a word in English and then touch the screen to "turn over" the card and hear and see the Russian translation.
PrismaCards ([www. you2.de]) is a electronic flashcard system which provides different test methods, e.g. writing.
Think family dinners and Saturday outings -- not flashcard-frenzy vocab training.
Palin winks and waves her Alaska pageant bikini over her head every time someone asks her a 'books-smart' question that no one provided her with a flashcard answer to.
Everyone gets a card, like a blank flashcard, something neutral.
Apparently they did a variant flashcard test using photos of various things, including excreta and other stuff that some people find unpleasant, and they asked the test subjects to ‘free associate’ from whatever they saw.
“See,” God says, putting down the flashcard with “love” and picking up the word “oneness.”
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